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ISPs Downplay Privacy Concerns of Court Ruling

November 19, 2002 |
A secret federal court has granted law enforcement expanded surveillance authority but a leading Internet trade group says don't sound the alarms just yet.
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Microsoft to Limit 'Critical' Security Warnings

November 19, 2002 |
The software giant will change the way vulnerability warnings are issued, particularly for non-technical end-users and cut down on the use of 'critical' bulletins.
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Enterprise IM Spurs Privacy Concerns

November 18, 2002 |
The growing interest in enterprise-level instant messaging systems means good things for vendors -- but also has serious ramifications for workplace privacy.
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Deadline Nears for White House IT Security Plan

November 18, 2002 |
After two months of town hall meetings, White House's draft National Strategy for Securing Cyber Security will soon hit President Bush's desk.
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Security Threat Correlation: The Next Battlefield

November 14, 2002 |
IT security professionals are figuring out the next battlefield against the bad guys: threat correlation. Akin to placing sentries on your network battlements, threat correlation solutions monitor sensor data and then identify important threats from across your global network.
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Apache Flaws Being Exploited

November 14, 2002 |
Several security holes in the Apache source are being actively exploited on the Internet; IT managers should upgrade to version 1.3.27 or 2.0.43 or higher.
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Feds Want to Extradite British Hacker

November 13, 2002 |
U.S. authorities are seeking trials in both Virginia and New Jersey for unemployed computer administrator who allegedly broke into nearly 100 military networks.
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    Serious BIND Server Flaws Detected

    November 12, 2002 |
    Exploitation of the vulnerabilities could lead to compromise and DoS attacks against vulnerable DNS servers.
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    U.S. Indicts British Hacker

    November 12, 2002 |
    Computer administrator accused of $1M in damages after hacking into military and NASA networks.
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    The Guts of WLAN Security Policy

    November 12, 2002 |
    Because of the use of radio waves, a wireless LAN will not be secure unless you take special precautions. Follow these recommendations when defining the wireless LAN security policy for your company.
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    SAML Just The Start For Web Services Security

    November 11, 2002 |
    While the recent ratification of the Security Assertion Markup Language v1.0 as a standard is an important step, the remainder of the Web services security chain remains rather tangled.
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    Reinvigorated GOP Eyes National Security Network

    November 06, 2002 |
    White House's CIO of Office of Homeland Security calls for national network of federal, state and local governments within 2-3 years.
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    Six Mozilla Security Bugs Posted

    November 06, 2002 |
    Pre-version 1.0 rollouts of the alternative browser project contain about a half-dozen vulnerabilities, some potentially dangerous.
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    OASIS Ratifies SAML 1.0

    November 06, 2002 |
    The standards organization pushes forward a key security specification for Web services as a standard.
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    As the Bridex Worm Turns

    November 05, 2002 |
    The Bridex e-mail worm targets a known vulnerability in Microsoft Windows: it's capable of spreading a variant of the active Funlove virus.
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    Security to Drive $8B in State and Local IT Spending

    November 04, 2002 |
    New report says federal government will largely finance public safety and criminal justice initiatives.
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    SBC Creates Anti-Hacker Lab

    November 04, 2002 |
    With online security fears at an all-time high, the ISP launches the Internet Assurance and Security Center (IASC) to detect and neutralize hacker attacks.
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    Holey Microsoft!

    October 31, 2002 |
    Redmond issues three security alerts to spackle holes in its Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol, Windows 2000 platform and versions of the Internet Information Server.
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    DoS Bug Found in Oracle9i App Server

    October 29, 2002 |
    Security consultants @stake has discovered a vulnerability in the Oracle9i Application Server that could lead to Denial of Service (DoS) scenarios.
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    Mapping the Lack of Security

    October 25, 2002 |
    Look both ways when crossing the streets this week: the second WorldWide WarDrive is going on in major cities around the world as WLAN security activists drive around to expose the large number of unencrypted access points.
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